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Our Partner in Private Aviation: XOJET

XOJET, the smartest way to fly private, and B&R, the world’s premier active travel company and leader in luxury travel, have teamed up to offer clients new benefits and a new way to explore the world.

As a B&R traveller you now have direct access to XOJET’s world-class private jet solutions while en route to the sort of amazing adventures you’ve come to expect from B&R, or for business travel unrelated to us.

Why XOJET?
Like B&R, they never wanted to be the biggest company in the world—just the very best. Their skill at creating custom flight solutions for businesses and individuals, with the highest safety ratings in the industry, means making this introduction to you an easy one. B&R clients will enjoy exclusive benefits and world-class service when flying XOJET including:

Dedicated Booking Number.

Clients interested in flying XOJET can book through a dedicated toll-free number 1.877.562.9651.

Complimentary Inflight Catering.

Enjoy a complimentary, inflight catering on all XOJET trips.

Bonus Flight Credit.

B&R clients will receive a bonus US$2,000 flight credit after completing their first XOJET trip.

XOJET_Logo_finalTo book an XOJET flight, please call the dedicated Butterfield & Robinson advisor, Dan Cohen, at 1.877.562.9651 and he will be happy to assist.

 


 

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San Francisco-based XOJET offers the smartest way to fly by private jet to over 20,000 airport pairs in the United States and destinations worldwide including Mexico, Caribbean, and, Europe. XOJET operates the largest fleet of Challenger 300 and Citation X super mid-size jets in the United States with access to an additional 900 aircraft, each jet meticulously measured against high safety standards.

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